The second annual Johnson Energy Connection is a school-wide event bringing together current Cornell students with Alumni working in the energy industry.
Cornell alumni will give short presentations on interesting topics in their particular area of expertise and students will have the opportunity to ask questions of these energy experts.
More than 20 Cornell alumni will be representing almost every energy sector, including wind power, solar power, oil & gas, energy infrastructure, energy efficiency, demand response, and energy trading.
The Johnson Energy Connection is a great opportunity for all Cornell students who are curious about the energy industry or who are interested in working in the industry.
Topics this year include:
• Hydro Pump and Battery Storage in the US
• The Population Bomb: Age, Expertise, and the Impact of Demographics on the Energy Industry
• Redox in a Box: Energy Storage Alternatives for Transportation
• Birds, Bats & Burial Grounds- Are We Killing Renewable Energy?
• Getting Off the Couch: Choosing to Pick the Low Hanging Fruit in Energy Efficiency
• Ultra-Low Power Sensors and Their Role in the Energy Economy
• The Real Value of Demand Side Management to Utilities and Ratepayers
• Drill, Baby, Drill: The Future of US Energy Security
• Combined Heat and Power - The Little Giant in Power Systems Planning
• Adding Gears in Transportation Fuel: Opportunities and Challenges of a Renewable Future
• The Business of Sustainable Transportation
• Don't Tell Me You Want a Green Job: Communicating Your Career Interests
• The Paradox of Energy Efficiency
• Oil & Gas Supply/Demand Dynamics: Hydraulic Fracking and Drilling
• Managing through Complexity - Wind Product Service & Warranty
• A Rind is a Terrible Thing to Waste: Harnessing Power and Nutrients From Resources at Our Fingertips
• New Models in Renewable Energy Financing
• Altered States: The Economics & Geography of Solar Power
• How I learned to Stop Fearing the Decline of “Easy Oil” and Embrace Innovation
The Johnson Energy Connection is open to all Cornell Students, Faculty and Staff.
NOTE: Non-Johnson attendees need to create a Campus Groups account, and NOT use the Cornell NetID - otherwise you will not be able to register for the event.
File Attachments: JEC 2011 Flyer.pdf